Have you ever experienced or provided “random acts of kindness”? How did it make you feel? Experts have determined that showing kindness changes the brain, and that selfless acts of giving provide physical and emotional benefits needed for a well-rounded individual. This is why it is essential for children to learn kindness early on.
Did you know that local Child and Youth Programs (CYP) offer curriculum focused on character development, specifically on caring for others? Character Counts is a framework for teaching good character that is composed of six ethical values , including caring and being kind.
Here are just a few of the many benefits your children will experience from learning the values such as kindness:
To enroll your child in a Character Counts workshop contact your local Child and Youth Program.
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